Sea kayaking holidays & sea canoeing tours,
paddling the world's oceans and seas


uk flagEvoke Adventure

based: Cornwall, UK
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Evoke Adventure specialises in guided wild and adventurous sea kayak expeditions in Norway, Greenland and the UK. Offering expeditions to Lofoten in Arctic Norway; Sognefjord in southern Norway and in Greenland, including all-female expeditions. They also offer sea kayaking skills courses in Cornwall.

| sea canoeing/sea kayaking | women | Greenland | Norway | UK |


uk flagOcean Elements five star Featured Site

based: London, UK

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Ocean Elements logo Beach Club ocean kayaking in Greece, using easy-to-paddle, free-to-use boats and offering sociable guided paddle cruises, with support boat and instructor. Kayak in warm, gentle waters and discover secluded beaches, hidden coves, caves, bays and inlets.

| watersport multi-activity | sea kayaking/canoeing | Greece |


Do the North

based: Sweden

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Self-guided sea kayaking and camping trips in the Archipelago of Östergötlandon on the Swedish coast. Paddle in this rather special location on the East coast – kayaking in the ocean between 6,000 islands! Support and all gear provided. Four to eight day trips during June to September.

| sea kayaking/canoeing | Sweden |


uk flagG Adventures

based: Canada, London & Worldwide

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Multi-sport adventure tours, including many with sea kayaking sections such as: Japan Hike, Bike & Kayak, Sea Kayaking in the Polar Regions, Vietnam Hike, Bike & Kayak as well as a dedicated Costa Rica Kayaking Adventure.

| sea kayaking/canoeing | Worldwide |


Ichnusabike Adventures

based: Sardinia, Italy

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Active holidays specialist in Sardinia (Italy) offering cycling and mtb tours, hiking and multi-activity trips for every type of traveller – self-guided and guided. Cycle touring for beginners or families with children, to tours for expert mountain bikers looking for adventure. Also bike rental to scout Sardinia on your own.

| cycle touring | mountain biking | multi-activity | sea kayaking/canoeing | walk/trek/hike | unguided walking | family | Sardinia | Italy |


Kayaking Greece
Skopelos, Greek Islands

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Greek sea kayaking holidays and tours exploring Skopelos and the islands of the Northern Sporades. Offering a range of trips to suit all ages, experience and ability; both day and multi-day trips.

| sea kayaking/canoeing | Greece | Greek Islands |


Scandinavian Kayaking Adventures

based: Gothenburg, Sweden

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Scandinavian Kayaking Adventures are based in Gothenburg, the gateway to the Bohuslän Coast and are dedicated to providing fun, all-inclusive, multi-day sea kayaking experiences suitable for everybody; groups, stag/hen parties and solo travelers. They handle all the practicalities of a trip, including local transport, kayak hire, camping and cooking equipment.

| canoe/kayak | sea kayaking/canoeing | groups | singles | stag/hen | team building | Sweden |


Sea Kayak Milos
Milos, Greek Islands

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A sea kayaking centre on the island of Milos, Greece – an amazing place to paddle. A family-run business, offering multi-day sea kayak expeditions for experienced paddlers. Also a day-trip program with experienced coaches, for all experience levels. B&B accommodation available on-site.

| sea kayaking/canoeing | Greece | Greek Islands |


uk flagWilderness Scotland five star Featured Site

based: Scotland, UK

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kayakOffering a range of guided Scottish sea kayaking holidays across central and northern Scotland; from sea kayaking introductory courses, to 4-day and 5-day trips to destinations such as: Loch Torridon, the Sound of Arisaig, Loch Moidart, the Isle of Mull, the Scottish Sea Kayak Trail, outer Hebrides island hopping, the Summer Isles... Tours include the services of an experienced, sea kayak guide/instructor.

| sea kayaking/canoeing | canoe/kayak | Scotland |







This section lists ocean and sea canoeing and sea kayaking holidays, expeditions and tours, Worldwide.


Kayaking or canoeing, what's the difference?
The terms kayaking and canoeing are often misused or confused, particularly by novices, so what are the differences? In very general terms they are mainly to do with the way the boats are paddled – a kayak is paddled from a seated position with twin bladed paddles, while a canoe is (properly) paddled from a kneeling position using a single bladed paddle. Both kayaks and canoes can be either open or closed cockpit, although there is a tendency for kayaks to most often be closed and for canoes to be open. Some beginners kayaks are sit-on-top and have no cockpit, thus avoiding any problems with paddlers unused to spray decks (skirts) or rolling.